CSK Retained And Released Players 2023: Chennai Super Kings who hold the 9th position in the previous year’s IPL points table will definitely seek to rebuild their squad strength after their early elimination in the last season.
CSK have struggled right from the start of the 2022 league as of in the 2020 edition which was played in UAE. In both seasons there is one more thing that is common and that is the absence of star batter, Suresh Raina.
Apart from missing the service of Suresh Raina, another thing that strikes the camp was the captaincy change. Right before the start of the tournament, MS Dhoni stepped down from his captaincy role while CSK named Jadeja as new skipper.
Under Jadeja’s captaincy, the CSK registered their first victory in their fifth match of the tournament which is against RCB which forced Jadeja to handover the captaincy back to MS Dhoni. Chennai Super Kings only managed to win 4 games out of the 14 matches they played in the IPL 2022 season.
CSK Retained and Released Players 2023
CSK Retained and Released Players: It is learned that ahead of IPL 2023 auction, all teams are asked to submit their final list of retained players by November 15, 2022.
In order to avoid a massive collapse all teams will look to retain their star performer and will release the rest. It is expected that all teams will retain a maximum of 15 players ahead of the tournament.
CSK Retained and Released Players 2023 Updates
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- CSK releases Dwayne Bravo, Chris Jordan, Adam Milne, C Hari Nishaanth, KM Assif, K Bhagath Varma.
- CSK is considering to release D Bravo, A Rayudu & Chris Jordan
IPL 2023 Retained Players List CSK
CSK Retained Players 2023: The official Retained players list will be released right after the official announcement until then stay tuned for the CSK Retained Players 2023 list:
Following are the details of the CSK Retained Players 2023:
- MS Dhoni
- Ruturaj Gaikwad
- Devon Conway
- Ambati Rayudu
- Ravindra Jadeja
- Moeen Ali
- Shivam Dube
- Deepak Chahar
- Maheesh Theekshana
- Mukesh Choudhary
- Simarjeet Singh
- Rajvardhan Hangargekar
- Dwaine Pretorius
- Matheesha Pathirana
- Prashant Solanki
- Mitchell Santner
- Tushar Deshpande
- Subhranshu Senapati
IPL 2023 Released Players List – CSK
CSK Released Players 2023: Will Jadeja stay in CSK or will leave the franchise? – becomes the most discussed topic post the IPL 2022 season. Jadeja has been named as the CSK’s new skipper but later was replaced by MS Dhoni following his poor performance in captaincy.
With the past incidents apart, recently a report suggests that CSK has been approached by another IPL team to trade Jadeja but CSK doesn’t have any plan to release him.
Robin Uthappa announced his retirement from all forms of Indian cricket on September 14, 2022 after playing 20 years in the international and domestic circuits. Thus CSK will release him ahead of the IPL 2023 auction.
In last season’s IPL, Uthappa played 12 matches for Chennai Super Kings and scored 230 runs with his highest score being 88.
The transfer window for players will be open till about a week prior to the auction and will re-open after that.
Following are the details of the CSK Released players 2023, Stay Tuned for Regular Updates!!!
- Robin Uthappa
- Adam Milne
- C Hari Nishaanth
- KM Asif
- Dwayne Bravo
- Chris Jordan
- K Bhagath Varma
- Narayan Jagadeesan
CSK New Signings in IPL 2023 Auction
The new players signed by CSK either in IPL 2023 Auction/in IPL 2023 transfer will be updated here right after the official announcement. Stay tuned for regular updates.
IPL 2023 CSK Squad
IPL 2023 CSK Squad: Chennai Super Kings squad for the IPL 2023 will be updated here right after the IPL 2023 Auction. Bookmark us and stay tuned for regular updates!!!
Until then check out the CSK squad for IPL 2022 season below:
MS Dhoni, Moeen Ali, Ruturaj Gaikwad, Ravindra Jadeja, Ambati Rayudu, Deepak Chahar, Tushar Deshpande, Shivam Dube, Maheesh Theekshana, Rajvardhan Hangargekar, Simarjeet Singh, Devon Conway, Dwaine Pretorius, Mitchell Santner, Matheesha Pathirana, Subhranshu Senapati, Mukesh Choudhary, Prashant Solanki